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Since I'm suddenly obsessed with the local media, I'll take one more brisk stroll down Amber Theoharis' new career path.

I mentioned in another entry that she'll be working full-time for MASN as part of their Orioles' coverage. I should clarify that she hasn't signed a contract with the network. Theoharis and MASN won't confirm that a deal has been struck.

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Maybe it's pending a physical.

Anyway, nothing is official yet, but an announcement could come from MASN in the near future.

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Call it another hunch.

WNST has a prime spot in radio row at the Miami Convention Center for Super Bowl Week: Right behind the NFL Network. You can't miss it.

The station has hauled in an impressive array of guests, including Chad Johnson, Hines Ward, Jim Nantz, Shannon Sharpe, Tony Siragusa, Donald Driver, Ronnie Brown, Lesley Visser and Marshall Faulk.

Sharpe is probably still talking, hours after the last interview ended.

I'm more than a little bitter at missing out on all the fun, and the warmer temperatures. And I don't want to hear about how it dipped into the 40s at night.

I could live with that right now.

It appears that I stirred up quite a debate about Jeremy Guthrie on Orioleshangout.

I wasn't suggesting that Guthrie will or should replace Adam Loewen in the rotation. I was, however, suggesting one solution if the team wanted a second left-hander in the bullpen while keeping Guthrie, Todd Williams and Scott Williamson on the roster. But that also would require Guthrie to have a sensational spring, and Loewen to struggle. And a few other factors.

Just thinking out loud, folks.

Did you know that Guthrie was drafted three times: The Mets in 1997 (15th round), the Pirates in 2001 (third round) and the Indians in 2002 (first round)?

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